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Rihanna $88.58      Grace Potter $36.55      Maks & Val $61.66      Frankie Valli And The Four Seasons $70.95      Buckethead $22.34      Josh Ritter $33.00      Joe Walsh $47.10      Kenny Chesney $76.32      Deftones $39.25      Styx $43.84      The Infamous Stringdusters $24.35      Lil Wayne $51.07      Tobymac $28.07      Between The Buried And Me $24.91      Fifth Harmony $40.47      Relient K $31.54      Whitey Morgan $24.13      Wild Belle $15.85      Escondido $11.33      Yanni $64.85      Pentatonix $53.00      Pitbull $69.26      Brett Dennen $25.93      Peter Frampton $52.88      Josh Groban $69.71      Tracy Morgan $46.68      Chris Stapleton $42.43      Jerry Seinfeld $95.49      Lord Huron $32.41      Mount Moriah $9.65      Brad Paisley $38.32      Blue Man Group $60.85      Thao & The Get Down Stay Down $17.49      "Dancing With The Stars" $57.41      Jimmy Buffett $109.16      Megadeth $45.88      Switchfoot $31.80      Liquid Stranger $16.64      Diana Ross $78.31      Steven Curtis Chapman $33.94      The Johnny Clegg Band $41.93      J.J. Grey & Mofro $32.64      Black Sabbath $74.48      Kevin Gates $29.34      Get The Led Out - American Led Zeppelin $28.74      Mumford & Sons $49.88      Dawes $29.03      Junior Boys $16.48      Tedeschi Trucks Band $52.97      Dixie Chicks $66.49      
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News & Views

09:01 AM Tuesday 7/29/08 | |

Faith Hill sings football theme, Ludacris to enter Georgia Music Hall of Fame, Melanie talks, Sirius Radio acquires, George Carlin laughs last and record producer Michael Berniker passes in News. Little Feat, Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings, Tom Waits, Wilco, Jonas Brothers and Seal in Views.

News …

Sirius completes XM acquisition. Music fans throughout the world rejoice for no longer having to choose when selecting satellite radio - Reuters

Faith Hill to perform theme song for NBC's "Sunday Night Football" -UPI

Looks like George Carlin will get the last laugh after all - Associated Press

Ludacris, Keith Sweat and Widespread Panic among the artists and bands to be inducted into the Georgia Music Hall Of Fame - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution / Access Atlanta

Catching up with Melanie - The Intelligencer / PhillyBurbs.com

Record producer Michael Berniker passes at 73 - The New York Times (registration may be required)

Views …

Little Feat in Edinburgh - "With seven excellent performers on stage at once, the problem is who to concentrate on, not whether there's anything to look at." - Edinburgh Evening News

Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings in Seattle - " … are the real R&B deal" - Seattle Times

Tom Waits in Scotland - "During the two-hour performance that followed, Waits wove a spell as intricate and engaging as that of any performer I can remember seeing on a musical stage." - The Times Online U.K.

Wilco in Alaska - "Though reviewers and record labels like to define the band's music - every band's music - Wilco defies catagories." - Anchorage Daily News

Jonas Brothers in Cincinnati - "The brothers - and their four-man band and eight-piece string section - played upon a huge multi-level stage set with moving lifts and risers and a catwalk stretching into the crowd." - Cincinnati Enquirer / Cincinnati.com

Seal and Nikka Costa in Costa Mesa, California - " … had no problem heating things up at Pacific Amphitheatre." - Orange County Register

They Say It's Their Birthday … (Or so says Associated Press)

Neal Doughty (REO Speedwagon) is 62

Geddy Lee (Rush) is 55

Patti Scialfa (Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band) is 55

Martina McBride is 42

Chris Gorman (Belly) is 41

Wanya Morris (Boyz II Men) is 35

Danger Mouse (Gnarls Barkley) is 31

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